The former presidential chief of staff at U of L and assistant secretary of the U of L Foundation filed a counterclaim saying she is owed back pay.
James DeWeese, a business agent with Teamsters Local 89, said the local union has "a lot of concerns" about the tentative agreement, which would run through 2023.
The review comes a day after Schnatter quit his position on the university’s governing board and gave up the chairmanship of the company he founded after confirming a report that he had used the N-word.
Schnatter's apology and resignation were prompted by a Forbes story that said Schnatter used the N-word during the call with company's outside marketing agency.
The Supercenter at 1915 S. Hurstbourne Parkway and the smaller Neighborhood Market grocery stores at 3101 Poplar Level Road and 201 Blankenbaker Parkway will close Aug. 10.
Cleveland-based American Greetings said March 6 it would close plant by the end of February, citing the company’s “future production needs.”
LDG Development plans the project at South Clay and East Gray streets.
The two parties have yet to reach deal, but they say they're still talking.
Louisville-based Kindred Healthcare is no longer a publicly traded company.
The foundation created University Holdings a decade ago under former U of L President James Ramsey. It borrowed at least $55 million from the school’s endowment and paid extra salaries and car allowances to a handful of administrators.
Ford Motor Co. defended its decision to keep operating its Kentucky Truck Plant as normal on Tuesday afternoon even as an EF-1 tornado touched down just north of the plant in eastern Jefferson County.
Both states already have right to work laws. But in Kentucky, the SCOTUS decision may allow some government workers to stop paying union fees immediately instead of waiting, according to labor lawyers.
Louisville architecture firm Luckett & Farley is considering a bourbon “microdistillery,” as well as a restaurant or bar, as development options for vacant space adjacent to the company’s headquarters on S. Third Street in the SoBro neighborhood.
UPS wants to allow lower-paid package handlers to work as drivers part of the week. It's one of the issues the company is negotiating as part of new labor contract with the Teamsters union.
The $5 million gift from the family foundation of Owsley Brown II, the late chief executive of Louisville-based Brown-Forman Corp., will establish the Envirome Institute within U of L’s School of Medicine.